We all come with a picture of God in our head (even if it's the god we don't believe in), and often our picture of God is missing something. And the problem is, when we get God wrong, we go wrong. But Jesus shows us - and tells us a story - of who God truly is. So let's listen!
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Welcome to Park Church
Reaching out to the world that God loves…
During the winter of 2002, a small number of grateful Christians in Red Bank, NJ began to dream together about how they could share Jesus Christ with high school kids who did not yet know him. They wanted to invite as many people as possible into the light they found themselves glad to be in. This turned into a multi-generational community of Christian faith called Outreach Red Bank (ORB).
In 2014, under the power of God’s Spirit, ORB transformed into Park Church as it found a new home at 31 Park Rd. in Tinton Falls, NJ. Located at the crossroads of major NJ roads, Park Church is situated to be a community for all of Monmouth County. The same mission from the very beginning drives us: to share Jesus Christ with people who don’t yet know him. We’d love to have you join us.
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In Luke 15, Jesus tells a story about a young man who runs away, only to find that what he was searching for was at home with his father all along. But will he be welcomed home? Find out in today's kickoff to "Coming Home"!
For each of us, there's a time in our lives where what we are called to do is stop, turn around, and go in the other direction. Maybe it's your time to stop, turn, and follow Jesus. Watch it here.
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If you’ve seen the most recent update to New Jersey covid restrictions, then you know that as of this Friday, the mask mandate and the social-distancing mandate have been lifted for a number of venues, including churches.
Up until this point, the biggest barrier to moving indoors for Sunday worship has been kids. We simply haven’t had the space to responsibly provide Park Kids indoors while maintaining social distancing. But now the social distancing mandate has been lifted, which begs the question: What does this mean for Park?
It was great to see so many of you for yet another gorgeous Sunday morning of worship! It was especially fun to kick-off Park Kids for the first time since the pandemic hit. I want to give a big THANK YOU to all our staff and volunteers who are once again helping to create safe and fun environments where kids can learn to know and follow Jesus. The journey back to normalcy has been slow, which is why every single step forward is important.
Speaking of steps forward, the recent updates to the CDC and state guidelines are encouraging, and they also raise questions for Park’s own safety guidelines for worship. With this in mind, I’d like to share an update:
It is with great excitement and long-awaited anticipation that we will be opening the doors of Park Kids after being apart for 14 months! We are looking FORWARD - starting this Sunday! - when we will start host classes for 2 years old - 5th grade. Please read a brief description of what the morning will look like so you may choose the best option for your family at this time.
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Join us every Thursday at 3:12PM - from wherever you are - to pray for God’s Kingdom to come here in Monmouth County at 312 Hance as it is in heaven! Just don’t close your eyes if you’re driving!
Join us ON THE 3rd THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH at 9AM as we walk the grounds and neighborhood at 312 Hance (our future home!) in order to pray for God’s Kingdom to come here in County as it is in heaven!
“I am neither an optimist nor a pessimist. Jesus Christ is risen from the dead.”
“But God proves his love for us in that while we still were sinners Christ died for us.”
“God does not love some ideal person, but rather human beings just as we are, not some ideal world, but rather the real world.”
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations...”
“No one can be saved – in virtue of what he can do. Everyone can be saved – in virtue of what God can do.”